Hungarian Winter Salami recipe
The Hungarian Winter Salami is a unique salami which is smoked cold and has white mold.
- 15.4 lb (7 kg) Pork, lean
- 6.6 lb (3 kg) Pork back fat
- 50 tsp (250 g) Salt
- 3.5 tbs (50 g) white pepper
- 1/2 tbs (10 g) pimento
- 1/2 tbs (10 g) saltpetre
- 1 tbs (15 g) powdered sugar
- 1/2 tbs (10 g) garlic
- Grind through a pork meat and fat a 12 mm plate.
- Place all ingredients in a spice mill and pulverize them.
- Mix in the spice with the meat and fat.
- Partially freeze the pork meat and fat.
- Grind through a 5 mm plate.
- Let stand overnight in a cold place.
- Stuff into beef middles or protein -lined artificial casing, and 2 days cold-smoke cured.
- Dry at 65°F (18°C), 75-80% humidity for at least 30 days.
- keep in a cool place maximum for 3-4 months.
Pizza & Salami
Pepperoni is the most popular pizza topping in north america.
- Pizza Salami
- Ripieno or Calzone
- American Pizza (Pizza with hot salami)
- Mexican Pizza (Pizza with hot salami)
- Pizza Capricciosa (Pizza with Salami and Mushrooms)
- Pepperoni Salami (salsiccia Napoletana piccante)
- salsiccia Napoletana piccante
- Sopressata Salami
- hot salami, generally typical of Calabria
- Italian Dry Salami
- Hungarian Salami
The Calories in Salami
Nutrition Facts - Calories in Salami.
Common types of salami include cotto, dry, pork and beef. This roll of meat provides a flavorful protein source, and stores longer than fresh meats. Salami offers a convenient food for parties, picnics, hiking and road trips.
An 1/8-inch slice from a 4-inch diameter cotto salami made from beef and pork contains 58 calories. A 1-oz. serving contains 71 calories and 1 cup of salami contains 368 calories.
The serving of salami has nearly 2 g of saturated fat, or 9 percent of the U.S. Department of Agriculture daily value, based on a 2,000 calorie a day diet
The perfekt Salami Sandwich Recipes
- 2 slices sweet French loaf or Sourdough French bread
- 1 tbsp spicy brown mustard
- 8-10 slices dry Salami (Or if you prefer, Hungarian Winter Salami)
- 1 ripe tomato, sliced
- 2 or 3 Romain leaves, torn
- 2 Mozzarella Cheese Slices
"Send a salami to your boy in the army"
During World War II, Katz's encouraged parents to "send a salami to your boy in the army" which became one of the deli's famous catch phrases, along with "Katz's, that's all!" which is still painted on the side of the building. The former phrase is referenced in the Tom Lehrer song "So Long Mom (A Song for World War III)", with the lyric "Remember Mommy, I'm off to get a commie, so send me a salami, and try to smile somehow".
Katz's continues its "Send a salami to your boy in the army" to this day. The deli has arranged special international shipping only for U.S. military addresses and has been a source of gift packages to the troops stationed in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Soldiers from the 42nd Infantry Division open a box of salami, donated by a New Jersey deli as part of "Operation Salami Drop."
Operation Salami Drop, sponsored by Hobby's Delicatessen and Restaurant in Newark, is trying to send a salami to all of our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Help bring a little bit of home to these brave troops. Your $10 donation can send a soldier a salami.
This is what the Star Ledger, MSNBC and 1010wins wrote about Operation Salami Drop and their first shipment of two TONS of salamis to our troops. Be a part of what the nation is talking about!
More than 7,000 additional salamis are currently being prepared for shipment. The dried meat is ideal for the long journey overseas because it can last almost indefinitely. Each salami costs $10 and was purchased with money donated to the cause.